Photo London Exhibitor List of 68 Top Galleries Unveiled

Photography is one of the fastest growing collector categories.

 

4
View Slideshow
0/0
©Noemie Goudal Iceberg (2012) Photo: Courtesy Edel Assanti, London.
©Harry Cory Wright Pool At Dawn Photo: Courtesy Eleven Fine Art London
©Conor Clarke In Pursuit of the Object, at a Proper Distance Schkopau,Saalekreis, Sachsen-Anhalt (2013) Photo: Courtesy Galerie Pavlova, Berlin
©Bettina von Zwehl Laments Part 4 (2014) Photo: Courtesy Purdy Hicks Gallery, London

A lineup of 68 prestigious galleries has been announced by organizers of Photo London, a new fair that will take place at Somerset House from May 21–24.

Of the participating galleries, nearly 30 are from the UK, while 10 are from the US and 20 are from across mainland Europe. Remaining galleries are from other world cities including Bangalore, Moscow, Tokyo, and Sydney.

Fair director Michael Benson said in a statement: “We have been overwhelmed by the quality, range and sheer volume of exhibitors who have applied to be part of our first edition.”

Benson said the size of Somerset House dictated keeping the list to a certain number of exhibitors. “Our Curatorial Committee have had their work cut out,” he said. The roster of galleries “reflects the breadth and diversity of collectible photography today—from vintage work and contemporary masters to exciting new talent.”

According to a release from fair organizers, “strong exhibition themes can already be detected, including a focus on women behind the camera, museum-style monographic surveys, and previously unseen works.”

Here is the list of participating galleries:

Atlas Gallery (London)
Ayyam Gallery (Beirut, Dubai, London)
Ben Brown Fine Arts (London)
Bernhard Quaritch Ltd (London)
Bernheimer (Munich)
Camera Work (Berlin)
Caroline Smulders (Paris)
Christophe Guye Galerie (Zurich)
Crane Kalman Gallery (Brighton)
Danziger Gallery (New York)
Edwynn Houk Gallery (New York)
Eleven Fine Art (London)
Eric Franck Fine Art (London)
Flowers Gallery (London)
Galeri Zilberman (Istanbul)
Galeria Tagomago (Barcelona, Paris)
Galerie Gilles Peyroulet & Cie (Paris)
Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire (Paris)
Galerie Lumiere des Roses (Paris)
Galerie Pavlova (Berlin)
Galerie Polaris (Paris)
Galerie Thomas Zander (Cologne)
GALLERY FIFTY ONE (Antwerp)
Gazelli Art House (London)
Grimaldi Gavin (London)
HackelBury Fine Art (London)
HADA Contemporary (London)
Howard Greenberg Gallery (New York)
Ibid Projects (London, Los Angeles)
in camera (Paris)
Ingleby Gallery (Edinburgh)
James Hyman Gallery (London)
Kahmann Gallery (Amsterdam)
Kasher|Potamkin (New York)
La Galerie Particulière (Paris)
Les Douches La Galerie (Paris)
Little Black Gallery (London)
Lumiere Brothers Gallery (Moscow)
Michael Hoppen Gallery (London)
Nailya Alexander Gallery (New York)
Peter Fetterman Gallery (Los Angeles)
Purdy Hicks Gallery (London)
Ravestijn Gallery (Amsterdam)
Robert Hershkowitz (UK)
Robert Klein Gallery (Boston)
Robert Morat (Berlin, Hamburg)
Roland Belgrave Vintage Photography (Brighton)
ROSEGALLERY (Los Angeles)
Scheublein + Bak (Zurich)
School Gallery (Paris)
Steven Kasher Gallery (New York)
Taka Ishii Gallery (Tokyo)
Tasveer Gallery (Bangalore)
The Photographers’ Gallery (London)
The Wapping Project (London)
Timothy Taylor Gallery (London)
Tristan Hoare Gallery (London)
Wilkinson Gallery (London)
Yossi Milo Gallery (New York)
DISCOVERY SECTION:
A.I (London)
Edel Assanti (London)
G/P Gallery (Tokyo
Galerie Vanessa Quang (Paris)
IBASHO (Antwerp)
PUG (Oslo)
Pi Artworks (Istanbul, London)
Roman Road (London)
Tiwani Contemporary (London)

 


Follow artnet News on Facebook:


Want to stay ahead of the art world? Subscribe to our newsletter to get the breaking news, eye-opening interviews, and incisive critical takes that drive the conversation forward.

Share

Article topics